- n. Plural form of pullover.
“When we drove that route this year we noticed that cars and semi doble remolques would stop at certain pullovers for a snack or something and then head out again.”
“It's like a Where's Wally? book, without the striped pullovers.”
“She goes catalog shopping, not because she couldn't spend whole days in ceremony in department stores if she wanted to nor because she wouldn't do that if her lifestyle depended on it, but because cranberry-ale cardigans and pewter-puff pullovers communicate her optimism.”
“Imagine how trist life would be if we would all be sitting in our white rooms with our black pullovers, surrounded by white mobiliar like this and all communicating through our iphones.”
“You can't go wrong with the Brooklyn designer's cute wool voile pullovers or her Herringbone wool sport jackets that are up to 70% at her fall/winter sale.”
“Fleece or cotton pullovers, like the Bobby Jones Quarter-Zip Competition Sweatshirt $135, are designed for free-flowing golf swings but look great anywhere.”
“In my twenties, I moved to San Francisco, where the streets are littered with sporty Prince Charmings in fleece pullovers.”
“ALI KEPENEK When the craze began in the early 1990s, Germans wore no-name sweat pants, cargo shorts, plastic jackets and pullovers from thrift stores and flea markets to parties.”
“The parcels from home consisted of woollen goods, socks, pullovers and books.”
““And the fleece pullovers—will they have a little doo-dad on the breast?””
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